About Me:

I'm a New York-based writer, digital strategist, sometimes photographer, and professional wearer of many hats. I write about technology, startups, New York City, and the food and restaurant business.  

I'm currently a freelance writer for the New York Times, Eater, Food Management, and other publications as well as a staff writer at Uncubed, where I help write the company's newsletter on startup culture. I also launched and currently manage the website and communications for my family's event rental business, Please B Seated. (Getting married or throwing a huge party? Stop by our site.)

I earned my master's degree from Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, where I concentrated on digital journalism and interned at the social media desk of the New York Times. I received my BFA from the Art Institute of Boston at Lesley University, where I studied photography and art history and interned at Vanity Fair.

I have extensive experience in social media management and launching websites. I was on the launch team at Quartz, Delish, and The Daily Green (Hearst's environmental news site–RIP). I worked as a web and photo editor at The Daily Green, and I worked as a reporter and social media editor at Quartz post launch. From 2014-2015 I was a curator on the Facebook news team editing the company's Paper app and working on various other news projects.